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For a World of Free Nations on a 'Judenfrei' Planet 

Jew ring leader Netanyahu: "Once we squeeze 
all we can out of the United States, it can dry up 
and blow away." 

Posted on April 28, 2012 

The filthy J ew, always stabbing you in 

"Once we squeeze all we can out of the United States, it can dry up and 
blow away." 

Benjamin Netanyahu. A comment made to Jew Jonathan Pollard (convicted 

traitor and spy) upon exiting Pollard's jail cell. (Source: Toronto Street News August 

16-31 Volume 11, #4/2009 15) 

Just in case the enemy Jew deletes it, here is a screenshot: 

Israel's PM Netanyahu: "Once we squeeze all we can out of the United 
States, it can dry up and blow away." Benjamin Netanyahu. 

A common! made by Netanyahu to Jona- 
than Pollard (convicted traitor and spy) 
ii | mi ii exiting Pollard's jail cell. 

Larry Franklin revises history ā€” his own 
More Of Thi' Kha/arian Conspiracy 

By: Justin Raimondo The A IP AC spy 
scandal was a big setback for Israel's lobby in 
the U.S., despite its ambiguous outcome. Yes, 
the espionage charges against AIPAC officials 
Steve Rosen and Keith Weissman were even- 
tually dropped - after every effort to obstruct 
justice and "gray-mail" the government was 
made on the defendants' behalf - yet just the 
fact that Israel's spy ring in Washington was 
indicted and exposed to public view was and 
is a major setback for litem, and they aren't 
about to let it go. 

After all. the most powerful lobby in Wash- 
ington had its offices raided by the FBI not 
once, but twice, and its name was dragged 
through a years-long and quite drawn-out 
process during which the mask began to slip 
and tlx' true face of AIPAC - as an agent of a 
foreign government - was (here for all to see. 
Not only that, hut the true lace of that govern- 
ment as not necessarily a friendly one - in- 
deed, in this instance, as an adversary of the 
VS. - was revealed. 

Of course. American intelligence officials 
were - and are - quite familiar w ith this par- 
ticular aspect of the Jew ish stale, having been 
involved in countering Israel's covert activities 
in the U.S. ever since the Jonathan Pollard spy 
case, but the general public had quite a differ- 
ent impression. Until recently, most Ameri- 
cans persisted in seeing the Israelis as our of- 
ten troublesome but essentially loyal ally. 
With the AIPAC spy case, however, that im- 
age was significantly allered. and this, in con- 
cert with Israel's recent descent into outright 

When business advice is 
smarter than what the naive 
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extremism, threatens tlx* very basis of the so- 
called special relationship Israel enjoys with 
the U.S. 

As such, this incident cannot be allowed to 
stand, and the Lobby has launched a campaign 
to reverse the damage - in effect, to rewrite 
tlx" history of this fascinating case. There was 
some initial rewriting done before and right 
after tlx* case was dismissed, to the effect that 
Rosen, Weissman. and their accomplice, one 
Larry Franklin, formerly the top Iran analyst 
in Dough Feith's Pentagon policy shop, were 
just doing what everyone does in Washington, 
which is trade information in exchange for 
favors and political advantage. In this narra- 
tive, they were innocent babes in the woods 
doing w hat all "journalists" do: gathering data. 
Of course, not all journalists target highly 
classified information and then hand it over to 
foreign government officials, but then again 
tlx* Israelis are considered our best friends, 
and so - the argument went - w hat did w e 
have to hide? After all. the Israelis had only to 
ask for tlx 1 information sought by the Rosen- 
Weissman-Franklin spy nest - so what's the 
big deal? 

the big deal is this: Franklin was being 
questioned not only in connection w ith leak- 
ing classified intelligence, but also because he 
w as suspected of having some know ledge of 
how Ahmed Chalabi, tlx Iraqi exile leader, 
came into possession of the closely-held secret 
that the U.S. had broken the Iranians' internal 
code. Chalabi - tlx* head of the Iraqi National 
Conga*ss. who fabricated "evidence" of Iraq's 
"weapons of mass destruction" and passed it 
on to credulous Bush administration offi- 
cials - was exposed as an Iranian intelligence 
asset, and his Iraqi headquarters was raided by 
U.S. troops. The sudden and premature resig- 
nation of Feith and tlx- close questioning of 

Pentagon personnel - who were given lie- 
detector tests - indicated law enforcement was 
hot on Ihe trail of a much larger spying opera- 
tion, of which Franklin was only a small part. 

That operation, however, remains hidden, al- 
beit only partially. Yet the "aboveground" por- 
tion - AIPAC's role as an outlet for espionage- 
related activities as well as strong-arming Con- 
gress and interfering in American elections - has 
been effectively unmasked, and you can bet the 
Feds are still watching and waning for their 
chance to pounce. Alter all. even though tlx 
spies got away in the end. it wasn't for lack of 
law enforcement trying to nail them. Next tinx 
the Israelis and their American fifth column 
might not be so lucky. 

By way of a preemptive strike, therefore, the 
Lobby is going on the offensive, with Franklin 
recently granting an extensive interview to the 
Washington Times, averring that tlx whole thing 
was part of- you guessed it! - an "anti-Semitic" 
conspiracy hatched in tlx Justice Department 
and the FBI. Franklin, who was videotaped 
handing over highly sensitive classified informa- 
tion to Naor Giloa the former chief political 
officer at the Israeli embassy in Washington, 
denies ever being a spy for Israel. He's spun an 
alternate narrative, which someone who knows 
nothing about tlx- particulars of his case is all too 
likely to swallow: he wasn't a spy. he avers, he 
was a "double agent." who cooperated with the 
FBI and then was "betrayed" by them. According 
to the Times: 

"He said his FBI handlers convinced him that 
AIPAC analysts Steven Rosen and Mr. Weiss- 
man were bad people' and that the agency 
needed Ins help in making a criminal case 
against the pro-Israel lobby officials." 

What Franklin leaves out here is how his FBI 
"handlers" "convinced" him to cooperate: by 
confronting him with the evidence of his own 
treason and his year-long relationship with 
Rosen and Weissman. who had culled from him 

highly classified intelligence on al-Qaeda. U.S. 
military movements in Iraq, the bombing of the 
Khobar Towers, aid other closely held secrets. 
He fails to mention that, when the FBI showed 
up at his door on June 30. 04 - after tracking his 
every move for months - they discovered 83 
government documents of various levels of clas- 
sification, stretching over decades. They knew 
what he was up to, because they had recorded his 
conversations with Rosen. Weissman, and Gilon 
and it was under these circumstances - facing 
the prospect of a lengthy prison term - that he 
liinx'd on his AIPAC handlers and agreed to 
wear a wire in future meetings of the spy nest. 

Larry Franklin a double agent - ' Double-talker 
is more like it. 

The U.S. counterintelligence community has 
long been reined in by political appointees, who 
ate under pressure to tolerate Israeli spying 
and other covert activities on American soil, and 
you can be sure of one thing: they resent it. 
These dedicated professionals no doubt also 
deeply resent accusations of "anti-Semitism" 
that are being hurled by Franklin and Rosen in 
the wake of lite charges being dropped 
(Weissman has so far remained mum). 

Which means that we haven't heard the last of 
Israel's fifth column, which is still burrowing 
ever deeper into our national security bureauc- 
racy, intern on achieving its own purposes. Nor 
have we heard the last from their nenxses in the 
Justice Department and among counterintelli- 
gence officials. We saw a bit of the curtain draw 
back on this largely unseen struggle when Rep. 
Jane Harman's conversation with an alleged Is- 
raeli agent was made public. Harman claims she 
never followed through on her promise to lobby 
the Justice Department to drop the charges 
against Rosen and Weissman. but apparently 
someone intervened, at some level - although I'd 
he willing to bel the farm it wasn't just her. 

over British Columbia, the Star has learned. 

Tlx* incident is prompting questions why the 
military allowed its top brass - including the 
heads of the navy, army and air force - to 
travel together in the first place, a practice 

fully, they will take this seriously." 

The Star revealed the government VIP jet en 
route to Ottawa from Vancouver had to de- 
scend out of tlx* path of an ^^^^^^^^ 
Emirates Boeing 777 headed in I 

Greg Lacroix. the most senior non- 
commissioned number of the military. 

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Stephen Christian on June 8, 2013 at 4:52 am said: 

Loathsome anti-semitism of the first magnitude. I'm ashamed to breathe the 

same air as you. 

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on June 10, 2013 at 7:58 am said: 

well boo-hoo cry me a river! if u love kikes that much then go to Israel 
and live there 

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